Second Annual Future of Energy Symposium

Date and Time
Thursday, May 10, 2018
4:30pm— 8:00pm
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K&L Gates Law Firm, Hearst Tower, 47th Floor
214 N Tryon St
Charlotte, NC 28202
United States
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The Wharton Club of Charlotte is pleased to invite you to attend the Second Annual Future of Energy Symposium, hosted by Fuqua alumni at Duke Energy Corporation.

Event Description

An exclusive, executive panel symposium and networking reception organized for the general public by Fuqua alumni at Duke Energy Corporation in Charlotte with support from K&L Gates, LLP (the symposium’s main sponsor), the Fuqua Club of CharlotteFuqua Alumni AssociationDuke University Alumni AssociationDuke University Energy Initiative; and the Center for Energy, Development and Global Environment (EDGE) at Fuqua.

Who's invited? VIPs from Charlotte Business School Alliance (Fuqua, Harvard, Wharton, Stanford, Columbia, Tuck and other leading schools) will participate, in addition to other professionals from the energy industry, academia and the general business community.


4:30 - 6 p.m., VIP Reception

6 - 8 p.m., Symposium

  • Welcome and acknowledgement of sponsors and VIPs by Mr. Jon P. Vague, Symposium Chair;
  • Introductory remarks by Mr. Lee Mazzocchi, Senior Vice President, Grid Solutions, Duke Energy;
  • Presentation by Mr. Brian Savoy, Senior Vice President, Business Transformation and Technology, Duke Energy;
  • Presentation by Mr. Pratap Mukharji, Partner, Bain & Company; and
  • Closing remarks by Mr. Keith Butler, SVP & Chief Risk Officer, Duke Energy and Mr. Richard McMahon, Edison Electric Institute.

Advance registration required. For more information, contact symposium organizer Jon Vague at [email protected]. See photos from the first Symposium in 2017.

K&L Gates Law Firm
Hearst Tower, 47th Floor
214 N Tryon St.
Charlotte NC 28202

This is a FREE event!  Registration details can be found here.

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K&L Gates Law Firm, Hearst Tower, 47th Floor

214 N Tryon St, Charlotte, NC 28202, United States,
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